www.myowndb.com - misc http://www.myowndb.com/taxonomy/term/7/0 en MyOwnDB Promo activities http://www.myowndb.com/node/68 <p>It's a busy week for MyOwnDB promo, as I was yesterday as the <a href="http://www.webstartupday.be/">Web Startup Day</a> where I talked about MyOwnDB to various participants, and got very interesting feedback and reactions.</p> <p>And tomorrow, I'll present MyOwnDB at <a href="http://www.boostcamp.be">Boostcamp</a>, an initiative by the <a href="http://www.mic-belgique.be/">Microsoft Innovation Center</a>. We'll see what they think of it as it's not using any Microsoft product, but it'll be a good exercise in any case!</p> http://www.myowndb.com/node/68#comments event misc News Thu, 29 Apr 2010 10:05:01 +0000 rb 68 at http://www.myowndb.com Loud Thinking http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/38 I'm not lazy at writing neither I'm bad. But I do not have my personal blog! Because I wont be updating it much! Developing a REST API on top of MyOwnDB was our prime decision to make it integrate able to a number of products/services. And that way, we want to be the memory of Web 2.0! We've been working with the REST API for sometime now and it was a leap from a concept to its application to MyOwnDB within the Rails framework. We had to make many interesting design decisions and for that, I explored top ten REST API's available including Twiter, Google, Flicker and many more.<p><a href="http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/38" target="_blank">read more</a></p> http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/38#comments dedomenon misc rails webservices Wed, 03 Dec 2008 19:32:17 +0000 MohsinHijazee 37 at http://www.myowndb.com MyOwnDB at T-Dose http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/36 On saturday 25 october, Raphaƫl will give <a href="http://www.t-dose.org/2008/talk/myowndb">a talk</a> on <a href="http://www.dedomenon.org">Dedomenon</a>, the engine powering <a href="http://www.myowndb.com">MyOwnDB.com</a>, at <a href="http://www.t-dose.org">T-Dose</a>. T-Dose being a event focused on open source technologies, the talk will focus on Dedomenon, our engine available under the AGPLv3 license at <a href="http://www.dedomenon.org">dedomenon.org</a>.<p><a href="http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/36" target="_blank">read more</a></p> http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/36#comments dedomenon misc talk Uncategorized Wed, 15 Oct 2008 07:28:22 +0000 rb 35 at http://www.myowndb.com YourOwnDB! http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/34 Hello World! Well its not the usual hello world program but some blog entries might also start with this phrase! And if in doubt, this entry is the proof! We are working on MyOwnDB that's obvious! But title says YourOwnDB? No we are not renaming it at all, rather its to convey that if it is in your own lingo, its more yours! So actually I'm talking about the localization. I'd not rephrase all about the importance of localization of software especially if its the one like MyOwnDB. When we started with MyOwnDB, it was Rails 1.2 and there was no suitable localization solution around.<p><a href="http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/34" target="_blank">read more</a></p> http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/34#comments globalite internationlization misc Rails localization Thu, 31 Jul 2008 15:30:32 +0000 MohsinHijazee 33 at http://www.myowndb.com Web 2.0 traffic watch list http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/21 MyOwnDB is progressing in Seth Godin's <a href="http://www.alexaholic.com/sethgodin">Web 2.0 Traffic Watch List</a> to 595th position. Although this is not a remarkable result, and the list has to be regarded with usual caution, it's good to see MyOwnDB progress. <img src="/images/myowndb-alexa-web20.png" /><!--053ec7bb98f14abd45513821e42e1d41--><!--f2f9853e61bd76ae7d80e80384b8b06a--><!--8d187a5e6658fa151a0a04ae525a9444--> http://www.myowndb.com/blog/p/21#comments misc Wed, 23 Aug 2006 17:37:18 +0000 rb 21 at http://www.myowndb.com